Reply To: Fog Scenery

Thanks tjons! However, the pictures seem a little underexposed to me. What do you think about that? I tried to highlight my pictures but they looked ”blown” because of the fog. Read More »

Reply To: Fog Scenery

Wow! Absolutely gorgeous. The first one is my favorite. The only thing that might have been better would be to crop out the bush on the left-hand side. Then again, it adds a nice sense of balance. The second is stunning as well. I would have liked to see a version of that with the other side of the gate included... Read More »

Reply To: Drop of Water

I now understand with you were meaning. I tried any way I could think of to fire my 430EX with my on-camera flash without success, so I think it must be something Canon reserve for his high-class flashes… Read More »

Reply To: Goodbye Summer 2014

This is much better than playing with the contrast which I hardly ever touch. Same here! There are several ways of adding contrast besides the ‘contrast’ slider, and since the other ways let you control exactly how to apply it, why use a ‘magic’ slider which just does what it wants to do? You... Read More »

Reply To: Drop of Water

To my knowledge, the only Canon flash with ‘optical slave’ is the 580 EX series. Basically, it has a sensor on the front which will detect a flash and in turn, it will fire, thereby essentially making “wireless flash”. I usually use the on-camera flash to trigger my speedlights via... Read More »

Eradicating Awkwardness

Eradicating Awkwardness
Last Saturday I had the opportunity to step out and do something different. As much as I love landscape photography, it does not always provide direct, on-the-ground ways of advancing God’s Kingdom. But when I heard about the opportunity to take pictures at a Hope4Kids Club Hope event, I was really looking forward to... Read More »

Reply To: Goodbye Summer 2014

It depends entirely on the image. Clouds and sky usually benefit from adding clarity. I usually sharpen to +70 and use clarity sparingly. Be careful though. I shoot RAW. If you shoot jpeg your camera already adds sharpening when it processes the file. This is much better than playing with the contrast which I hardly... Read More »

Fog Scenery

Fog Scenery
Feel free to add any comments! First one : Exposure : 1/500 Aperture : 7.1 ISO : 100 Second : Exposure : 1/400 Aperture : 7.1 ISO : 100 Read More »

Reply To: Canon EOS Rebel T3

Thank you! I opted for a ‘natural’ background for the camera shot after trying for hours to try to figure out how to shoot cameras and lenses with a pure white background. I finally did get a shot of the lens that I liked, but I knew the camera would be a lot harder, so I compromised. 🙂 Now if I would... Read More »

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